In the Baltic sea a set of divers from Sweden found a UFO shaped rocks with formation of soot on them resembling being burnt. This perplexed the regular divers thought initially that this could be a plug to the underworld or something. Only profound professional could explain the details. However as of now there are just some sonar pictures about the object and figments of imagination. A few say the object resembles the famed 'Star Wars' ship the Millennium Falcon. As per the divers account the object was raised about 10-13 feet above the seabed and curved in at the sides, giving it a mushroom shape.
The Daily Mail reports that the object was first found a year ago, but divers were not able to revisit the site until recently due to a lack of funding. However, the recent expedition has raised even more questions.
Press Release by diver Peter Lindberg: First we thought this was only stone, but this is something else.The object has rounded sides and rugged edges. It has a 60m diameter and, at the centre, has an egg shaped hole leading into it from the top. Surrounding the hole they found a strange, unexplained rock formation. The divers said that the rocks looked like small fireplaces and the stones were covered in something resembling soot. Since no volcanic activity has ever been reported in the Baltic Sea the find becomes even stranger. As laymen we can only speculate how this is made by nature, but this is the strangest thing I have ever experienced as a professional diver.
Another co-diver in the expedition Stefan Hogeborn wondered about their findings and said, "During my 20-year diving career, including 6,000 dives, I have never seen anything like this. Normally stones don't burn. I can't explain what we saw, and I went down there to answer some questions, but I came up with even more questions."
As usual there are a few controversies surrounding the expedition too. Though the divers team is thrilled with its finding, many experts fail to trust the reliability of the sonar pictures. A deeper analysis on the issue is sure to give us more details soon. But the business man diver Peter Lindberg plans to take tourists down the Baltic sea to have a view of the object to make a fast buck may be to fund his expeditions for a better study. (With inputs from internet-AarKay)